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a pleasant good morning to you. it is now, 7:00 a.m., saturday, may 28. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." hot holiday weekend. we're kicking off the summer season with summer-like temperatures. a big medical response briefly shut down a major south jersey highway following a crash. plus a motorcyclist is badly hurt after crashing on the boulevard overnight. first the long-awaited holiday weekend. we're kicking off the summer season and it is feeling like it. many across the delaware and lehigh valleys will spend the holiday weekend remembering our veterans particularly those who made the ultimate sacrifice. many will spend time at the jersey shore a respite from home and work. it will be a hot and steamy
holiday weekend. meteorologist chris sowers is joining us you look hot, chris. >> reporter: no, i feel good. i remember it was a week ago i was standing out here with a coat on. temperatures were chilly and it was raining. it's beautiful out here now. the humidity numbers are starting to creep up a little bit it's tolerable and temperatures are in the 60s. pottstown, 67. center city, 69. levittown, 68. chester 68. up in the in connection poconos. gandys beach, 69. we're showing mid 60s for the shorepoints surf city to cape may. satellite and radar, today looks good, lots of sunshine, just a few high, thin clouds expected during the afternoon. as we look off the southeast coast you can see this glob developing this should be
tropical storm bonnie. the national hurricane center will come out with this in the next hour or so. it will be hitting charleston, south carolina. some of the moisture will be in the delaware and lehigh valleys late in the day tomorrow and sunday night into monday. we're talking tropical downpours. some of the forecast models are showing one to two inches of rain during that time frame, isolated heavier months 3 to 4 which could cause localized flooding. today is gorgeous, 92 degrees in the city. mostly sunny and hot and somewhat humid. jersey shore in the mid to upper 70s thanks to the sea breeze. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the tropical downpours on the way in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. rain is coming back. 7:02 the sun is shining brightly already this morning. mother nature is providing the
right atmosphere for the long awaited memorial day holiday weekend. summer-like temperatures outside. it's the unofficial start to the summer season. there's no better way to do that than to go to the jersey shore. people flocked to their favorite eats and treats yesterday. kids are enjoying an easy ride in the pretend car. it's a way to relax as the school year winds down. jeff chirico found kids saying so long to the classes and hello summer. >> reporter: what does the beach mean to you? probably staying away from school. >> reporter: that's a good thing. how much do you look forward to coming down here? tons, i love it. it's my favorite place. why wouldn't it be? weeks of on and off rain businesses are banking on customers to give them a jump start into the summer season. if you do not want to make
the drive to the delaware shore, dart has launched bus service from new castle kent county, in dover it will take passengers to rehoboth beach park and ride, it will cost between 7 .80. or $13. or you can by a 22 round trip day pass. there are ceremonies being held to remember the reason for the holiday. those who gave the ultimate sacrifice so we can enjoy our freedom. today there are ceremonies and services to honor and pay respect to the soldiers who fought in wars. the vfw post 1 in wilmington, delaware, will hold the memorial day program at 10:30. there will be a tribute to the veterans in warrington, bucks
county. the names of veterans will be added to the memorial wall on bradley road. 6abc.com has everything you need for the holiday weekend. check out the inter active traffic map before you hit the roads. you can rely on storm tracker 6 live for any changes in the weather, also you can follow the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any updates. 7:05 is the time, if you're just waking up with us. two men were hurt after their car crashed on the atlantic city expressway overnight. "action news" was there as a medical helicopter transported the men to the hospital. we know the accident happened at 3:15 a.m. at mile marker 38 and the westbound ac expressway in winslow township. the vehicle ran off the road and struck several trees before overturning. the men are being treated for serious injuries at cooper university hospital. back here and new for you this morning, a 26-year-old is shot and killed and police are looking for the gunman. the victim was hit by several
bullets in the 2000 block of south 66th street in southwest philadelphia. the victim staggered two blocks before collapsing. doctors at penn presbyterian hospital were unable to save him. new this morning, a motorcyclist is in the hospital right now in critical condition after a crash on the boulevard. police say the man lost control near c street in the feltonville section at 12:30 a.m. he was rushed to einstein to be treated. no word on what caused the crash. debt is forcing delaware spca to close it's flagship facility. the property will be sold and the money will go toward the georgetown location where the animals will be relocated. 20 employees will lose their jobs. the announcement comes one year after the spca spent $500,000 on
new dog kennels and crates. from our new jersey newsroom, the dials will continue to roll in atlantic city. new jersey governor chris christie signed a package of bills that will keep the financially strapped cities from running out of money. atlantic city leaders have five months to balance the budget for the next five years if they fail to do so. the state will take over the city's finances. verizon workers have put away the picket signs as they prepare to head back to work. their ten week strict has come to an end after they reached a tentative deal for a 4 year contract. 40,000 employees in nine states and washington, d.c. could be back on the job as early atmosphere next week. the time, 7:07. still ahead on "action news" this saturday morning. unusual ginger guests, customers are upset after a restaurant decides to bring in an unusual
found alive in a hudson county apartment. the cats were in cages covering 1 foot wall dogs were hiding in closets. the neighbor called police. a mother and daughter are under arrest facing 87 counts of animal cruelty. another person being sought in the case. authorities say the three accepted money to adopt and care for unwanted animals, but some are malnourished and may not survive. customers are not fans of this restaurant promotion in
wisconsin. would you look at this. that is a live 6-foot long gator sitting on top of the table. the kids got a chance to touch the gator as the handler stood close by. the health department said that's a violation. the other than held a promotion to celebrate the restaurant's grand opening. 7-eleven, dangerous flooding taking the joy out of the holiday in the south. texas has been hit hard by heavy rains once again. more rain is forecasted this weekend. one person and three others are missing in the city of conrow. good samaritans used a ladder to rescue a woman stuck in flood waters. dozens of cows seen struggling to swim to safety in walter county. tough time for the folks in texas. >> reporter: tough to be a could you. you think of the lonestar state
that part of the country you think dry and desert. we've had so much rain over the past year, we keep seeing flooding like that. we're watching tropical rains from bonnie for the second half of the weekend. things look good, there's the view in cape may. a beautiful morning to take a stroll. temperatures are cool, the humidity has not crept up there, as of yet. it's going to later this afternoon. you can see folks taking advantage. nice weather. double scan live is clear, we'll keep it this way today, outside shot of a stray shower or thunderstorm way up here in the lehigh valley or the poconos. it's 20, 25% chance. 69 degrees is the current temperature in philadelphia. dewpoint, 60. number was down in the upper 50s, the higher this gets, the more uncomfortable it feels. pressure is holding stealed.
wind out of the south at of miles per hour. you meaner 60s close to 70 degrees for everybody this morning. cape may, 65. atlantic city 67. reading and allentown, 71 and 70 degrees. there's a cold front way out to the west that will push through the ohio and the great lake states this afternoon and it quickly approach the delaware and the lehigh valleys sunday and monday. that will help to draw some of the moisture northward through the coal -- carolinas and the virginias and plant itself over us sunday night into monday. you can see the cloud tops starting to grow over the last few frames. it will get its act together in the next few hours and we'll watch for the potential for downpours in the second half of the weekend. future tracker 6, all is quiet today, there is the outside shot of a shower or thunderstorm in the lehigh valley. we're baking today in the 90s
with the humidity feels like 93, 94. the clouds increase from the south, here comes some of the moisture late in the day. let's say after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., everybody is fair game for a pop-up shower or thunderstorm which will transition over to tropical downpours. look at all the reds and yellows this is heavy rain. this is memorial day, look at all the reds west of philadelphia and north of philadelphia. even the jersey shore there could downpours there, as well. monday afternoon look for leftover showers, here's what to expect, sunday night into monday. the remnants of bonnie push through here. tropical downpours expected. generally speaking anywhere from one to two inches of rain is expected. there will be some areas that could see anywhere from 3 to 4 inches of rain. it depends on where the heavier downpours set up. that could create flash flooding issues for the parts of the
area. this is what one model is showing for philadelphia. 4.16 by monday afternoon. don't pay attention to the number, jewels the idea of -- just the idea of heavier downpours likely with the system. today looks good, tomorrow and monday look iffy. lots of sunshine, 92 is the forecasted high. winds out of the south southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. it's uncomfortable later on with the humidity. pop-up thunderstorm for the poconos today, 86. sunday, showers developing late in the day, 83. monday memorial day, tropical downpours. jersey shore, mostly sunny, 78. tomorrow look for afternoon showers, downpours sunday night into monday morning. 73 for sunday. 72 for memorial day. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 82 degrees cloudy after showers for sunday, 77 for memorial day, it's muggy out there, with downpours early. showers during the afternoon, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and friday, all look pretty nice
at this point, with temperatures ranging from 77 to 85 degrees. as for ranking the weekend days, today by far looks like the best one, tomorrow downhill, monday more so. no outdoor plans for memorial day. >> reporter: that's the day where you have to keep it indoors. thanks for the update. 7:16 if you're just waking up with us, for decades women have been told to get mammograms starting at the age of 40 and do it every year. now there's controversy in the change in the guidelines. tamala edwards explains in the art of aging report. >> reporter: it's been simple, get a mammogram every year. however, the american cancer said women should not start until 45. or age of 50 and be done every other year. women who don't develop cancer can stop mammograms at 74.
main line health radiologist worries too many cancers will be missed. 20% of all breast cancers are found in women in their 80s. >> reporter: and dr. stein said the shift comes as 3d technology catches more tumors earlier. personally i have seen many that would not be picked you mean. it is zero or one stage, at least 95% of those could be cured. >> reporter: to clear the confusion, dr. stein and breast cancer specialists at main line health can set their own guidelines. cass was considered averae risk with all her mammograms cleared until two years ago. she called me back and said they saw cancer. i called all my sisters and
good morning to you, again, it is saturday, 7:26, 69 degrees out there. sky6 live hd giving you this lovely shot of old city. meteorologist chris sowers says this is probably going to be the better of the three holidays weekdays. we'll let you know when you can expect rain. don't miss the forecast. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. the largest and oldest multibreed out door horse show
in the country is happening in chester county this weekend. the devon horse show and country fair continues today and tomorrow. the 11 day event is a big draw for riders and fans for world class equestrian caravel games and boutique shops. enjoy. head to bucks county for the rock and ride for the cure raising money for pancreatic cancer research. the 16-mile ride starts at harley harley davidson on flowers mill road and ends in new hope. it continues with live music and free buffet and more. the registration against with a ride at 10:00 a.m. kite maker event kite
everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, i want to show you what's going on in the tropics. this is known as a fetch or winds in the same direction for an extended period of time of we have an area of high pressure right here this is the upper leveling by the way and an area of low pressure here, the winds blow clockwise around the high and counter clock wise around the low. there's bonnie.
all this will get steered into the carolinas. there will be rip tides for wilmington, charleston and myrtle beach. for us, we'll not experiencing anything like that in the foreseeable future as the bulk of the storm stays to the south and hits the carolinas. some of its moisture gets drawn to the north. here's philadelphia right here. an approaching cold front pushes bonnie to the north like and that brings the heavy rains into the area sunday night into monday morning. today looks okay, we have to watch out for the downpours sunday afternoon and sunday into monday. 7:25. in sports this morning the friendly confines of wrigley field not so friendly for the phillies they got crushed by the cubs. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: when it rains it pours and no we are not talking about the two rain delays yesterday. we're talking about all the runs phillies starter adam morgan has
lloyd. 15 in the last 13 and two-thirds, including 6 yesterday to the cubs. adam morgan losing again for his third straight start. phils down 1 in chicago. so much for the friendly confines of wrigley. the cubs teeing off later in the inning. david ross, you you uh-oh, 3-ru. fills drop 5 of 7. they are back against the cubs and jared ikoff is on the mound. sixers have a big decision, what will they do with all the big men? the sixers have admitted they would explore trading picks and players to get the ball rolling in the right direction. sixers are guaging trade
interest in okafor and nerlens noel the two struggled to plateauing last season. raptures run in the playoff over labron james and the cavs slam the door on the eastern conference finals beating up toronto. labron is going back to the nba finals for the 6th straight year. only one other player has done that since the 1960s. college lacrosse, men's final four is back at the linc. it's marld against brown and -- maryland against brown and north carolina against loyola. there are local players all over the field. there are 20 players with ties in the delaware valley. including maryland's leading scorer matt rambo from glenside. i've been dreej about going in the -- dreaming about going into the final four since i was
a little kid. i don't think there's added pressure. if anything i'm getting more support a lot of friends and family out here, but as i said it's still the same it's exciting to be in philadelphia, but it's another lacrosse game. >> reporter: another lacrosse game in town, the women's final four. that's the sports, i'm jeff skeverski. watch this as freshman kiesha white catches what she would have been a home run. look at this here, she falls right over left field rob the homer in the 5th inning in the state championship game. she holds on to the ball, but unfortunately, the team lost the game. but good catch. fun 0 a.
90 degrees. if the holiday weekend plans include being outside, don't forget the sunscreen. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers with a look head for the weekend. toasty today. >> reporter: the sunscreen is going to be needed today. or you do what i am doing right, sit under a big oak tree and enjoy the comfortable air with the temperatures in the 60s and fairly low humidity levels. the humidity will increase throughout the day, but right now it's comfortable. most of the region at 69 to 71. reading, 71. allentown, 70. millville, dover, 69 degrees. high pressure in control as we look at the mid atlantic there's not much going going on affirm cold front approaches from the west. that will bring showers and thunderstorms to the great lake states this afternoon. there's a tropical system to the south that will bring tropical rains to the carolinas, late
today and into the overnight. for us we'll enjoy a decent amount of sunshine. hour by hour we go, a lot of sunshine it's hot and humid, highs around 92. but again it's sunny. 3:00 p.m., 90 degrees. at the jersey shore, sea breeze kicking in. you'll reach 77, 78 degrees. the numbers will pull back more like mid 70s s.a.t day wears on. for the city there's 92. poconos look for a combination of sun and clouds, spotty afternoon thunderstorm. it's a very small chance like a 25% chance, but we have to allow for that chance. 86 degrees in the mountain. beautiful day, tropical down spores expected tomorrow afternoon and monday. i'll have that coming up. prepare for the rain. the memorial day weekend is here, that means the mad dash
for the jersey shore for fun in the sun. beaches and boardwalks are popular places to turn as we kick off the summer season. jeff chirico checked in with those who headed to ocean city a little early. >> reporter: while the sun sets on the jersey shore, the summer is beginning. crowds return to the boardwalk in ocean city enjoying the staples of rides and fudge and good times. for the shields girls and their friends from fort washington it's a welcome break from a grueling school year. i love school, but this is amazing. it's fun to be down with our family and friends and have fun. >> reporter: a beach ball drop kicked off the holiday weekend in atlantic city. the water was cold and the beach breezy, but the sun lured the turner family from southwest philadelphia. it was nice out i got the kids from school early and i just bridge them to the beach. a lot of people are thinking it's cold, 70 degrees, we're from buffalo, we're
enjoying life because it's 70 degrees and sunny. >> reporter: in sea isle city, the sidewalks were crammed once again with vacationers anxious to get the season started. outdoor tables were full at the princeton grill in avalon. people are psyched, 21 days of rain we're happy. the shore is finally back. >> reporter: across the shorepoints summer is back. brook and her husband from toronto wouldn't miss it. this is where i associate friend, family, happiness a good time in general. this is where i associate the summer to be. >> reporter: what's a night out on the boardwalk with ice cream. jimmies or sprinkles? jimmies. >> reporter: of course you win. reporting from the boardwalk, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." there are plenty of memorial day day celebrations
held across the delaware valley. phillies potassium present a memorial day concert in honor of all those who sieved -- serve our country it is at the mann center for the performing arts. you can take the kids to fireworks at sesame place you can rock out with elmo, abbey and cookie cookie monster. the fireworks begin at 9:00 p.m. 6abc.com has everything you need for the holiday weekend. check out the inter active traffic map before you hit the roads. you can rely on storm tracker 6 live radar for any changes outside the weather. you can follow the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any updates. the time 7:35, of course, we're following other news of the day. doctors are treating an infant and other person injured in a fiery crash that happened this morning. a mercedes slammed into a ford
in lower merion. the impact caused the ford to catch on fire. a 6-month-old child was taken to children's hospital. the other person was taken to another hospital to be treated. investigators are trying to figure out to that -- total damage in bedminster firefighters put out a fire at imports one on easton road. smoke bellowed through the roof before firefighters got a handle on the fire. this morning there's no word on what was lost in the fire or what caused the fire. this morning, philadelphia police are searching for the man who held up a supermarket at gunpoint. investigator say he walked into the acme in chestnut hill just
before midnight. police say he pointed a gun at a cashier and demanded money and ran away with the cash. police are reviewing the surveillance video in hopes of finding leads. attorney general cordello n kane is losing a press secretary of state. he announced tuesday is his last day on the job. he said he is leaving after handling what he called an unfolding series of crisis that were never ending. kathleen kane faces criminal charges for leaking grand jury testimony. her law license has been suspended. 7:37 we turn to the race for the white house. protests outside a donald trump rally turning violent after he clirchld -- clinched the republican nomination. police in riot gear were there to quell the riots in
california. >> reporter: trump told crowds in california what he told jimmy kimmel he would debate bernie sanders. the the networks want to p the money themselves. that's the problem. >> reporter: the campaign said debating the second place finisher would be inappropriate. sanders has been pushing the prospect and said networks were on board and willing to give the money to charity. i hope he chains -- changes his mind, mr. trump changes his mind many times in a day. trump is a bully, a big tough guy, what are you afraid of. >> reporter: police broke up rowdy protesters after they refused to leave the area. three were arrested. sanders continuing to tangle up
clinton ahead of the california primary. she could lose the california primary, the last primary of the season as she heads into the convention, she is likely the nominee, but goes in weakened. >> reporter: hillary clinton sat down with community leaders in oakland and talking trump. we don't want a bully in the white house. >> reporter: this weekend, the libertarian party is choosing a nominee in orlando. it's getting more attention as antitrump voters push for another option. frightening moments when an suv suddenly crashes into a convenience store and narrowly missing two people inside. an international panel 67 doctors is calling for the summer olympics to be postponed. and meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment. > so glad you stayed with us,
the plane went down near the george washington bridge. it was set to celebrate the 75 anniversary of the thunderbolts. a clerk and customer look at this inside an oregon 7-eleven when an suv suddenly crashed through the front of the store. the jeep slammed into the front doors and up to the register. the driver a 22-year-old woman does not have a license or a learner permit. she was learning to drive and is deaf and her passenger said she was not sure how to tell her to stop. yikes. glad they are okay there. let's get caught up on the forecast. more rain in the forecast. >> reporter: more rain, at least we'll see sunshine. there we go, this last month has been miserable, we're finally enjoying sunny conditions and warmer temperatures. we're live on sky6 live hd. you know what we're looking at there? that's the stone poney in as bureauy -- asbury park, that's
bruce springsteen county. the beaches will be packed in the next a couple of hours as folks flock to the shore. jersey shore, 75 and 78 that's about it. nice stuff down there. double scan live looks good. we're clear right now, but downpours on the way tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night and monday. shooting for a high of 892. the normal 77. we're above average for this time of the year. the record is 94. we should miss the record, but with the humidity added on top of that. it will feel like 94. it's going to be one of the hotter days we've seen in sometime. 68 in saint davids. center city, 69. low 70s, south and east, dover, 71. on the boards in atlantic city, 66. agenda beach nice morning on the delaware bay. water nice and flat. 68 degrees. dewpoints starting to creep up. when we get into the low 60s it's humid. 65 or higher is down right
humid. 68 in dover. 64 in reading. norsetown, 65. the humidity levels continue to increase and they continue to do that over the next 24 to 48 hours, the tropical moisture gets listed to the north in the carolinas and the virginias sunday night into monday. this should tropical storm bonnie. maximum stained winds 35 miles per hour. it's disorganize storm we need higher winds to take on a name. it's a tropical depression. it's moving to the northwest at 7 miles per hour. we expect it to make landfall over charleston and it sits over the coast of the coral line -- carolinas. it will hang out over the carolinas. tropical rains will lift north because of an approaching cold front. it could spill memorial day.
lehigh valley and the poconos could see a scattered showers or thunderstorm later on. everybody else is dry and hot and humid. find a pool and relax as we see the heat pool on in. 9:00 a.m. it could start out sunny north and west, cloudy for everybody's. the clouds lower and thicken. during the afternoon we see the showers and downpours develop. this model holds everything off at least until 2 or 3:00 p.m. i see other computer information that has it raining by lunchtime. sunday could be a question mark. it depends on the timing of the system. sunday night into monday it's raining, some of it will be heavy at times. looks like we lost the data there. generally speaking one to two inches when all is said and done. today, mostly sunny, hot. rain expected after 1:00 p.m., it's pouring sunday night, memorial day downpours during the morning, transitioning over
to showers during the afternoon. if you have the outdoor plans today it's the day to do. sunday into monday the weather turns downhill. reading, allentown, lots of sunshine, hot. jersey shore, in the 70s today. poconos, 83 and 77 memorial day downpours expected. jersey shore, 78 today, afternoon showers tomorrow, 73. showers and thunderstorms downpours for memorial day and 72. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 92 degrees today it will be the third day in a row we hit 90 or higher. it will be the first heat wave of the season. clouds and afternoon showers sunday, 82. showers and downpours monday with highs in the mid to upper 70s. not too bad right now. i'm not going to complain about the rain that's coming, we had a lot of rain and we're going to get sun i'm going to be grateful. >> reporter: there you go, be
grateful. 7:47 i would like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at 6abc.com/weather. father's day is weeks away, "fyi philly" has tips for the grill. >> reporter: hi everyone here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." we're getting ready for dad's day with grill tips for the master chef and master taylor whole outfit your father in style. we're giving away a luxury resort vacation. and for the golf lovers in your life pga tournament is coming to philadelphia. that's tonight on "fyi philly." so glad you stayed with us
bridge. it is sunny and bright. it will be toasty today. rain moves in, chris will let you know when in just a bit. health experts are calling for a postponement of the olympic games in brazil saying the games should be postponed or move in the name of public health due to the outbreak of zika virus. organization said such a move would not limit the spread of the zika virus. the olympic board said they have no plans to move the game. fighting arm's could -- alzheimers disease could be as easy as fighting off infection. a protein called beta amyloid fights off bacteria in fungus and mice worms and cells.
stimulating the immune system in humans could be an effective treatment for alzheimers disease. do you suffer to psoriasis. itit is frustrating skin alimens that affects 2 to 3% of the population. avoiding certain foods like highly processed foods, foods with added sugars and processed fats. coming up, meteorologist chris sowers will have a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. here's a live look over the philadelphia international airport. sunny, bright, hot, we're back after this.
you're waking up with us. this is not your typical boat. high school students made a boat of recycles cardboard. it was part of an end of the year project for an engineering project. they called it da boat. it had a few successful trips, but it started to spring a leak and the kids had to take it back to shore. >> reporter: here's the forecast for the da city. for today, 92 mostly sunny, hot and humid, 70s and 80s for the poconos and the shore. 82 degrees mostly cloudy and chance of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon hours with downpours sunday night and monday. the remnants of bonnie will be pulling through during that time frame. 92 today. hot and sticky. memorial day damp cloudy and
downpours in the 70s. we are expecting anywhere from one to two inches of rain when all is said and done. some areas could see 3 to 4 inches. you know how the tropical systems are, they are very, very tricky. 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: what happened when donald trump held a rally within a mile of the mexican border. police and supporters facing off with demonstrators, dozens ever arrests. the latest twist in the high profile divorce case involving john dep and his estranged wife. a judge has granted a temporary restraining order against the man known for his role in the pirates of the carribean. we're following a potential tropical storm heading toward the east coast. could it be a total washout on
monday. rob has the forecast coming up on "g.m.a." we'll see you soon. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you in "healthcheck." this is a workout that will get you moving. we're taking you inside a new studio that opened on the main line. two people including an infant are hurt in a bad wreck in montgomery. we'll have the latest for you at 9:00 a.m. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. we hope you make it a great day.
. good morning, america. breaking overnight. trump rally chaos. protests in california erupting in violence. police in riot gear pushing back demonstrators. dozens of arrests. trump sticking to his message, just miles from the mexican border. >> we'll build the wall. >> he is backing out on a debate with bernie sanders. why he says he won't do it. >> deadly floods, parts of texas under water. historic rainfall turning roads into rivers and a race to rescue those trying to escape. now the urgent search to find those believed to be swept away while the east coast braces for an ugly storm. will it mean a memorial day washout? >> johnny depp drama unscripted. the real life divorce battle.